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Erin Wallace: “Unexplainable Peace”

Erin Wallace is currently raising support to move to Ivory Coast where she will be serving with the PIM Clinic and Women Together programs. One of her greatest passions is living relationally and helping remind others of their worth, especially women and young girls. She is excited to be able to combine this passion with her work in Ivory Coast as she learns and lives in this new culture and way of life.

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Dr. Daniel Koitatoi: ‘We are so proud of his faith and focus!’

As Gary and Judy Woods watched young Daniel grow up in Nkiito, Kenya, they knew he had been blessed with special gifts. That promise was fulfilled recently when the young boy – now  a married man, father and teacher – graduated from medical school and became Dr. Daniel Koitatoi.

“We watched him grow up and he was obviously very smart,” said CMF team member Gary Woods, who was serving in Kenya at that time. “He was the number one student in preschool through grade eight, and did very well in secondary school, too.”

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Craig and Allison Fowler: Still preaching, teaching and transforming lives in Ethiopia

Veteran CMF missionaries Craig and Allison Fowler and their three children have been “all in” for serving God’s call on their lives since they arrived in Ethiopia in 2005. The couple has opened and managed a successful medical clinic in the bush, baptized hundreds, planted dozens of churches, and much more. On a recent stop-over at the CMF home office in Indianapolis they shared why they chose Ethiopia, what their ministry has been like, and what they’re excited about doing when they return in March 2020.

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Two churches provide medical hope and help at MOHI

Medical teams from two U.S. churches visited Missions of Hope International in Kenya recently, and between the two of them, screened nearly 350 students for dental, health and vision problems.

Teams from Rocky Mountain Christian Church, Frederick, Colo., and Third City Church in Grand Island, Neb., held clinics for students and their families in two communities.

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